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Racial Profiling in South Carolina
records to us on Wednesday. Moultrie and the Timmonsville Police Department. If you notice, he remains very calm doesnt make any racial epithets or anything. Why was he in that the Digital Divide Theory neighborhood?
He was put in a very uncomfortable situation, trying to deal with conflicting responsibilities, and its simply unfair. While hard figures are impossible to come by, the practice of police paying "extra attention" to people of color in South Carolina was borne out by a survey of students at a black college in Columbia. Enzor stopped the couple's black Escalade in a construction zone and charged her with driving 22 miles an hour over the limit.
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Moultrie, the body cam footage captures the arrival of the second police cruiser on the scene, but does not capture his interaction with the officer who conducted the initial stop in a separate vehicle and who interacted with Rev. Moultrie, the officer in the body cam footage states that the reason for the stop was the drivers failure to signal for a turn. . Moultrie posted on Facebook he had been racially profiled by a Timmonsville police officer during the traffic stop. The naacp is investigating a charge of racial profiling made by the president of a South Carolina local chapter, the national organization said Wednesday. "We don't condone the wrong that a person has done, we just don't believe he would have a told a lie about something of that magnitude. "The problem is, like I alluded to in the traffic stop, there's a greater problem that exists here in South Carolina and Leroy Smith is aware of the problem. "Nobody testified against it in the committee hearings he said. Both men said even though they hadn't seen the body cam video as of Monday afternoon they stand by Moultrie. Sheriff Lott sees no reason a system like the one his agency is using can't be implemented by most police agencies in South Carolina. Just from his character we don't think he would have lied about something like that.